Handset maker HTC (Hi-Tech Computer) Monday unveiled its hotly-anticipated Shift UMPC (ultra-mobile PC), along with details of when it will be launched in the UK. The HTC Shift will run Windows Vista and will have a 7in widescreen display. The screen...
Almost lost in the hubbub over last Thursday's iPhone firmware update and whether it would "brick" unlocked phones was the fact that Apple patched 10 vulnerabilities -- twice the number of fixes issued since the phone's June debut.
The popular DS handheld has surpassed 50 million in worldwide sales says Tech.co.uk; nearly as fast as Apple sells iPods.
Sony unveiled the world's first OLED (organic light-emitting diode) television on Monday, pushing the limits of thin-screen displays further than ever before.
Is Adobe sneaking up on Google's turf with new moves this week into online document services? An Adobe executive would not characterize the announcements this way, but the similarities seem obvious.
Japan went on a spending spree this week fueled by the release of Sony's redesigned PSP and partially by Microsoft's Halo 3.
If you were one of the few Xbox 360 owners who didn't buy Halo 3 last week, you were probably wondering why your game of Uno wasn't working properly. The answer, in a word, was Halo.
In line with its software and services strategy, Microsoft on Monday announced new services such as Microsoft Office Live Workspace, a new Web-based feature of Microsoft Office that lets people access their documents online and share their work with ...
Our copy of the new Windows Vista Service Pack 1 beta - the x86 version - arrived today, and I've just started to put the long-anticipated update through its paces. The beta is version 0.275.
Ceatec, Japan's largest electronics show, kicks off on Tuesday and promises a glimpse at the latest products and developments from Japan's major consumer electronics companies.
When the names and personal information of 1,200 eBay users, along with credit card numbers, suddenly appeared yesterday on eBay's Trust & Safety Discussion Board where public comment is shared, eBay responded by immediately shutting down the discuss...
In a friendly and spirited debate this week, representatives from Google, AT&T and other companies sparred over the future of open access networks and consumer choice.
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Satyam Computer Services has opened a solutions centre in Brisbane, mainly to support Queensland clients with a focus on enterprise application solutions.
The Nasdaq stock exchange has given The SCO Group a little more time to get its financial house in order.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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